1. The President of Lahore Session of Indian National Congress (1920) was–
Ans : Jawaharlal Nehru
2. Who of the following dedicated the caves in Nagarjuni Hills to the Ajivikas ?
Ans : Dasharatha
3. Which Sultan of Delhi brought Ashokan Pillar to Delhi ?
Ans : Firozshah Tuglaq
4. Who abolished Sati system?
Ans : Lord William Bentinck
5. In vedic period which animal was known as ‘Aghanya’ ?
Ans : Cow
6. According to Kutiliya Arthashastra the-Civil Courts were called–
Ans : Dharmasthiya
7. For the first time the token currency was introduced in India by–
Ans : Mohammad-bin-Tughlaq
8. Which one of the following vows was added by Mahavira ?
Ans : Celibacy
9. Earliest human species is–
Ans : Australopithecus
10. From where the first war of independence started in 1857 ?
Ans : Meerut
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